THE WARBURG EFFECT AND BEYOND
Metabolic changes in cancer: beyond the Warburg effect
Energy Boost: The Warburg Effect Returns in a New Theory of Cancer
The Warburg effect: persistence of stem-cell metabolism in cancers as a failure of differentiation
Targeting the Warburg effect with a novel glucose transporter inhibitor to overcome gemcitabine resistance in pancreatic cancer cells
From the Cover: Arsenite Uncouples Mitochondrial Respiration and Induces a Warburg-like Effect in Caenorhabditis elegans
ID2 mediates the transforming growth factor-β1-induced Warburg-like effect seen in the peritoneum of women with endometriosis
microRNA-129-5p, a c-Myc negative target, affects hepatocellular carcinoma progression by blocking the Warburg effect
Expression of HMGB2 indicates worse survival of patients and is required for the maintenance of Warburg effect in pancreatic cancer
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1 the relative overproduction of lactate that occurs in many tumours.
2 the inhibitory effect of high oxygen concentrations on photosynthesis.
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